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The Nasher Museum of Art in Durham paid tribute to the artist Barkley L. Hendricks, who died in April at age seventy-two. Hendricks was known for vivid yet stoic life-size oil paintings of black people. He became a retroactive icon and influenced a new generation of African American artists.
Artist Beverly McIver of Durham overcame opposition from her college professors and other obstacles to paint the subject matter she wanted to- portraits and images of the black community.